Justified bismillah khan as a true indian ? (In 100-130 words )

Bismillah Khan is a true Indian because he never thought of leaving India and Beneras to Pakistan during the partition although most of Indian muslims did so. He also didn't want to leave the country even for a few days when he went abroad for attending events. Once when a student asked him to head a shehnai school in the U.S.A., he denied the offer although the student promised to recreate the atmosphere of Beneras by replicating the temples by saying that he can't transfer the River Ganga over there.

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Justify bismillah khan as a true hindustani
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Describe the two paths that the post find which road did he choose
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Bismillah Khan is a true Indian because he never thought of leaving India and Beneras to Pakistan during the partition although most of Indian muslims did so. He also didn't want to leave the country even for a few days when he went abroad for attending events. Once when a student asked him to head a shehnai school in the U.S.A., he denied the offer although the student promised to recreate the atmosphere of Beneras by replicating the temples by saying that he can't transfer the River Ganga over there.
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JUSTIFY BISMILLAH KHAN AS  ATRUE HINDUSTANI
 
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Undoubtedly, Bismillah Khan was a true Indian. Despite being a devout Muslim, he used to play shehnai in temples. He loved his country very much. When one of his students asked him to head a shehnai school in the USA, he refused to say he would not find the river Ganga there. He once said that whatever he was out of India, he kept on yearning for his motherland and missed the Ganga sorely.

On getting Bharat Ratna he said that the parents of the country should teach their children music and supported it by saying that even the West was coming to learn it. He was the true representative of India and the Core Indian values. Simple living and high thinking have been India's age-old value which he kept with himself. He never believed in the glamour and the words of artificiality. He always believed in simplicity which is an epitome of Indian civilization.

Hence, he was a true Indian.

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